When people struggle with “problem behaviors,” the behavior itself is probably just the tip of the iceberg . . .
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When we’re talking about “problem behavior,” we’re generally talking about something that a person does that interferes with their own quality of life, or the quality of life of the people around them, and if the person could stop doing that thing, or find an alternative way to meet that need, they most likely would be a happier version of themselves, according to everything we know about them.